May 2020 News

Clubhouse Ordering & Seating

Men's "League" Starts May 28th

Men's "League" Starts May 28th

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The Clubhouse recently released online ordering options. Check it out on the menu webpage. We ask for a little grace as we work out the kinks to this new system.


Starting Monday, May 4th, the dining room will be open for limited seating. We will abide by the regulations set forth by the state. Patrons are not allowed to sit at the bar, but can have a drink with their food order. 


Clubhouse hours vary, depending on golf crowd and weather; but food service is generally available until 7 p.m.

Men's "League" Starts May 28th

Men's "League" Starts May 28th

Men's "League" Starts May 28th

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A formal Thursday Men's League will start on May 28th. There will be an entry fee and weekly payouts. Additional green fees will be due for non-members. 


You do not have to play in the league to play on Men's Night. All league players will start on hole #1 throughout the day, starting at 1:00 p.m. Men's night officially begins this Thursday, May 7th.


Please read more information about the League here.

Membership Dues

Men's "League" Starts May 28th

Golf Tournaments

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Please clear up your open accounts and pay your dues no later than May 15th, or pay before then if you go out to play. 


If you have any questions about the amount you owe, contact the Clubhouse 712-318-6216 or Tandy Bailey, Membership Director 402-651-0352. 

Golf Tournaments

Rules & Etiquette of Golf

Golf Tournaments

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With the uncertainty of the Coronavirus, we haven't yet decided if our tournament schedule will go on as planned. Tentative dates can be reviewed on the events page. There are two views of events on this page, a calendar view and events listing.


Remember, all events are tentative at this point. We will let you know as soon as we know more about tournaments.

Rules & Etiquette of Golf

Rules & Etiquette of Golf

Rules & Etiquette of Golf

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We wish to stress that group size should be limited when golfing. Five-somes are allowed on occasion with approval, but no more than that is allowed.


Many of the USGA Rules changed in late 2018 for the 2019 season, which still might be a bit confusing for some. A summary of those rules are explained in a short 4-minute USGA Video.


The TRA also has a basic one-page guide for commons rules & etiquette.


Tee Box Adoption

Rules & Etiquette of Golf

Rules & Etiquette of Golf

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  Thank you to those that have adopted tee box landscaping! There are still a few left for you or a group to adopt. Our tee boxes can be the beauty and pride of our golf course and we have had many adopt them over the years. The adoption would require maintenance throughout the year to keep them looking good. A sponsor sign is allowed within the flower bed or landscaped area of your adopted hole. Signs should be no larger than 5x7 and should be in good taste. Contact the Clubhouse or Course Directors, Dean Giese at 712-314-4426 or Dave Mass 712-487-3285.

Sand Volleyball

Social Media Links

Social Media Links

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Sand Volleyball planning is in the works, but plans are to start with the first tournament on Memorial Day Weekend.There are still openings for teams. Cost is $200 per team.


Contact Kathy Klahn 712-355-2855 for more information and/or to sign-up.

Social Media Links

Social Media Links

Social Media Links

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 Please follow us on Facebook & Instagram to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings at the TRA Golf Course and Clubhouse, especially for our weekday specials.

Thanks!

Social Media Links

Thanks!

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 Thank you to Daniel Owens, for refinishing and painting our tee box markers. We apologize for the inconvenience of the missing tee markers, but they are now back on the course to guide you to where to tee up your ball.

April 1, 2020 Statement: Golf is Allowed

Social Distancing Measures Taken

Hello TRA Members & Guests! 


These are unusual times, but we are happy that the golf course is still open for play! The clubhouse is also offering take-out during their hours, which are currently 9 a.m. to close (weather permitting). They also have lunch specials, which can be found on the TRA Facebook page.


We are doing everything we can to keep you and our staff safe, which includes extra cleaning and sanitation inside the clubhouse and sanitizing the carts & keys after each use.


If you are a paid member with your own cart and don't need anything in the clubhouse, we ask that you call 712-318-6216 to have them sign in for you before you go out. If you need a beverage, food or cart, please come inside, keeping the proper distance from others, and the staff will assist you. You can always call in with your credit card information and they can get things ready for you ahead of time.


In order to practice social distancing, you may feel the need to rent two carts. The cost to rent a cart is a "per cart" price. See rates page for details.


We will try to keep score cards available at the #2 tee mailbox if you need a new card.


Please do not remove flag sticks from any hole on the greens. We have put rings around the pins on each hole to keep your ball from going in too far. You should be able to remove your ball without touching surrounding surfaces. 


Please also note that the bathrooms on the golf course are currently closed.


We welcome you all to come play at the TRA. Please remember the social distancing regulations that are in place to help keep us all healthy and well. 

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